Network Through Volunteering

Many high school and college students volunteer because it’s a great way to give back to the community while impressing prospective colleges and employers. While some students may opt out of volunteering because they already have enough responsibilities to juggle, they could be missing out on a much-needed networking opportunity. Networking allows students to meet…

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Why a Good Night’s Sleep Matters

Everyone loves their beauty sleep. Unfortunately, when you’re in college or university, quality sleep can be hard to come by. Many college students pull all-nighters and still have to go to class, work, or both the next day. Whether you have to stay up late to study for finals or write that long paper, sometimes…

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How to Look After Your Car on a Budget

Owning a car can be super convenient but not always economical when you're a student. A student budget can make it difficult, if not impossible, to keep something that comes with daily, weekly, monthly and yearly expenses. While you could forgo the expense of owning a vehicle altogether, there are some budget-friendly maintenance tips that…

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Get Organized with These Tools and Apps

Staying organized can be a struggle for busy university students. Most participate in several activities, have a gaggle of assignments to complete, lots of scheduled appointments and a full social calendar. With so much to do, student life can quickly become overwhelming. Fortunately, there are some tools that can help you reduce stress, stay organized…

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Tackling Technology Distractions

In today's fast-paced technological world, it can be next to impossible to get away from technology distractions. This is especially problematic for students because the phone, tablet and computer can make it challenging to focus on school work and studying. The only way to combat such a problem is to first identify it and then…

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How to Get the Most Out of Your Campus Tour

Many future students take campus tours when university or college hunting. They’re a great way to learn about and get a feel for what could be your school. Academics, campus layout, the social environment, student resources, overall location, and school activities are factors that will affect where you apply and, ultimately, go to school. Check…

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